Pelican Place caters for up to 15 guests in four luxuriously furnished, fully equipped one-bedroom cottages. Each with a private entrance, private braai (outside barbeque) entertainment area, TV with a DSTV channel, a secure parking bay behind security gates and a en-suite bathroom.
All set around the swimming pool, Jacuzzi and tranquil garden area. Also available Bed & Breakfast rooms with a bar fridge, TV and a en-suite bathroom.
In Room Facilities:
Fully furnished self catering cottages, microwave, hot plate + convictional oven, fans and heaters, some rooms are air conditioned , fridge /frizzier, hair dryer, iron, linen and bathroom towers provided, TV, DSTV Channel , DVD players, safe,
The Durbanville Wine Valley is located just twenty minute drive from Cape Town. Essentially a wine growing valley, the town has grown during the past few years by more than 400% proving its popularity as an ideal destination. Surrounded by farmlands, vineyards and smallholdings, Durbanville has a unique small town feel about it, making it truly exclusive.
Centrally situated to the Boland and Cape Towns major tourist attractions, central business districts and main highways, Durbanville is the ultimate destination for visitors wishing to relax in a secure and upmarket environment yet be close enough to access all amenities with ease.
Durbanville offers the tourist the very best of both worlds. The quiet tranquillity of the upmarket northern suburbs or the buzz of nightlife, exciting restaurants, diverse theatres and exciting wine estates to visit right here on our doorstep. The closest beaches are a 20 minute drive away where you can relax at a romantic seafood restaurant, watch the sun set or the whales at play in the bay.
Wi-Fi, Laundry, Iron, Swimming pool and Jacuzzi in the garden, kids play area, trampoline
The Northern Suburbs of Cape Town don't have major tourist attractions, but rather a number of minor ones. Other than some art galleries, the Rust-en-Vrede Cultural Centre in the heart of Durbanville is worth a visit.
The former Drostdy in the Cape Dutch style is a National Monument and always hosts various exhibitions as well as a Clay and Ceramics Museum.
Shopping is good at the Tygerberg Centre, especially for clothes, shoes household ware and electric appliances.There is also lots of entertainment, cinemas, restaurants and coffeeshops.
The Northern Suburbs offer great facilities for golf players. There are golf courses in Bellville, Parow and Durbanville, the latter one being the most beautiful and popular one. The green fees are less than R200 per visitor (18 holes). Tel and Fax: 021-9754834. If you want to learn how to play golf, contact Bell's Golf Academy close to the Tygerberg Centre.
Wine connoisseurs shouldn't miss the Durbanville Valley Wine Route. The wine industry in the hilly landscape of Tygerberg has a 300 year old history. The route starts in Durbanville. Six wine estates are open for visitation: Durbanville Hills, Nitida Estate, Bloemendal, Altydgedacht, Diemersdal and Meeresdal.
If you go a bit further on the N1 towards Paarl , you get to the Exit 39 (39 kms from the city centre), that takes you to Cape Town's only zoo, Tygerberg Zoo. It's a small private animal park with lions, bears, cheetahs etc.